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Ski lessons in Myoko Japan

Top 5 Undeniable Reasons Why Ski Lessons Are Worth Getting

Introduction: If you’re contemplating hitting the slopes for the first time or looking to hone your skiing skills, you might be wondering: are ski lessons worth getting? Many skiing enthusiasts, beginners, and even seasoned professionals continue to grapple with this question. The short and sweet answer is – Yes, ski lessons are indeed worth it! …

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“Embarking on the Slopes: Your Comprehensive Guide to Becoming a Ski/Snowboard Instructor”

Embarking on the Slopes: Your Comprehensive Guide to Becoming a Ski/Snowboard Instructor   Whether you dream of instructing on the magnificent slopes of Myoko, Japan, or the breathtaking peaks of the Rockies, a career as a ski or snowboard instructor offers a unique combination of thrill, adventure, and rewarding teaching experiences. The path to certification, …

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Why Myoko is Japan's Best-Kept Secret!

“7 Reasons – Why Myoko is Japan’s Best-Kept Secret!”

“7 Reasons – Why Myoko is Japan’s Best-Kept Secret!” Myoko, Japan, located in Niigata Prefecture, has quickly established itself as a hidden gem for winter sports enthusiasts and offers an authentic Japanese cultural experience that extends far beyond the slopes. Here are 7 reasons why Myoko is an exceptional ski town. 1. **Exceptional Snow Quality**: …

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Japan travel guide

Japan Travel Guide

Japan Travel When to Go Japan travel in winter can be hard to pick the best time to go, most ski resorts in Japan generally open around mid-December depending on snowfall and can last up until late May. Peak conditions are usually found in mid-January until the end of February, though some higher resorts can have …

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Onsen In myoko japan relax after a bid day on the slopes

Onsen Guide

How to Onsen Don’t come to Japan expecting a big après scene and pumping nightclubs.But what they do well, are Onsens which translates to hot springs.  Onsen’s are a fantastic way to wind-down from a hard day of skiing and offer a great insight into Japanese culture and tradition. You have to get your nude on. …

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YAMAJAM 2019

Yamajam Looking back on the day we couldn’t be happier with how our first Yamajam 2019 went down. With a crowd of 130 people, the guys and girls throwing down really gave the people something to cheer about. Showcasing so much talent with competitors anywhere between the ages of 8 to 35 with Lucy taking …

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